Directed by Andrew Trent Fleming, The Memphis Masters series celebrates albums from the legendary Stax Records and its influence on Memphis.
Last week, Craft Recordings also issued a new digital edition of Sylvester's much-acclaimed 1978 album, 'Step II'.
In the lead-up to Father's Day 2020, Creedence fans were invited to submit videos and photos for the new film.
Available on 19 June across all digital and streaming platforms, this classic disco album features the late star's enduring anthem, ‘You Make Me Feel (Mighty Real)'.
The highly-respected musician played with many of jazz's biggest names, such as Elvin Jones, McCoy Tyner and Miles Davis, as well as record solo discs for the legendary Prestige imprint.
Released by Alegre Records in 1967, the record's title track became the boogaloo genre’s anthem and one of the most iconic dance hits in the history of Latin American music.
The series, which first premiered on 18 April, pairs some of the biggest names in music with classic vinyl albums.
The monthly series, featuring DJ Jared ‘Jay B’ Boyd, kicks off Sunday on the iconic soul label’s Instagram.
Arguably the US' definitive independent label for punk, hardcore, emo, metal and alternative, Victory's 30 years of enduring music encompasses sales of 15 million records.
The ‘Sing’ artist picked up records from Otis Redding, Big Star and R.E.M. on this week’s instalment of “Craft Recordings Presents: Shoplifting”.
“Craft Recordings Presents: Shoplifting” films bands and tastemakers raiding the reissue label’s shelves, and then discussing their loot.
Both titles are set for release through Craft Recordings on 5 June.
The band will shortly be unearthing two-decades of archival videos & more HD content via their Official YouTube Channel.
The “Just Looking Around” tour kicks off 29 May in Scottsdale, AZ.
Following in the footsteps of Oasis and The Verve, Embrace became a pop sensation in post-Britpop Britain, breaking through in the late ‘90s.